Welcome to the Adobe Acrobat pdf programming demo page. This web site will demo the power of Adobe's
pdf as can be harnassed over the web. If you have any questions, or a request for consulting,
please send an email via my online form
or via your own
You must be using Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.0 or greater. If you do not have version
4.0 or greater, you can
download it from Adobe's Web Site.
If you would like to print out the form, choose File from the menu bar on
top, and then choose Print. Alternatively, you can click on the printer icon in
either the Web Browser's Window or the Adobe Acrobat Reader toolbar.
If you print the form before any data has been input, you will simply print
a blank form. If you would like to print out a completed W4, first enter the
information if you are adding a new W4 or lookup an existing W4 and then print
out the form following the same directions as above.
When the web browser is loading the form, you may see a dialog box that asks
if you would like to Open or Save the file. Choose to Open the file.
Finally, if you would like to verify that the data was
really entered into the database, once you get a confirmation page, come
back to this page, search for the W4 you just entered, and view it.
In a real-word setting, it is likely that these pages would have been made
to utilize an Employee ID number. That is to say, the only publicly accessible
information would probably be some number, randomly assigned by the company,
that has no meaning beyond the company itself. However, this demo will use
SSN's. Here is a list of all the Social Security Numbers in the database (again,
this information would not ordinarily be here, this is just to help you test out
the web site). I have pre-loaded one into the textbox so all you have to do is
press "Submit Query". But if you want to try looking up a second employee once
the pdf form loads, please print this page or jot down at least one of the social